Documents (e.g., Fugitive Slave Law, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Emancipation Proclamation)
United States History
Identify and analyze primary documents, material artifacts and historic sites important in United States history from 1787 to 1914.
No resources have been tagged as aligned with this standard.
Evaluate the impact of historical documents, artifacts, and places in U.S. history which are critical to world history.
Documents (e.g., Treaty of Versailles, North Atlantic Treaty, Neutrality Acts)
Historic Places (e.g., Ellis Island, Pearl Harbor, Los Alamos)
20th Century Writings and Communication (e.g., Coolidge’s “The Business of America is Business,” King’s “I Have A Dream,” Armstrong’s “One Small Step for Man”)
Documents, Writings and Oral Traditions (e.g., Constitution of 1968, Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, Pennsylvania historical markers)